- Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
- BA, SUNY Geneseo, 2004
- MA, Yale Divinity School, 2007
- PhD, University of Chicago, 2017
Professor Schultz is a philosopher of religion working at the intersection of modern religious thought and critical theory. He is a specialist on the French philosopher/historian Michel Foucault and has research interests that range from the visual transmission of theological discourse in medieval Franciscan painting to postcolonial historiography.
His courses explore trajectories of modern religious/philosophical thought in conversation with race, gender, and literature.
- RELG 123: Race and Religion in James Baldwin and Frantz Fanon
- RELG 223 Religion and Revolution
- RELG 225: Modern Religious Thought in the West: Late 17th to Mid-19th Century
- RELG 227: Religion and Gender in Global Context
- RELG 226: Modern Religious Thought in the West: Mid-19th Century to the Present
- RELG 342/CMPL 342: Religion and Disenchantment in 20th-Century Literature
- FYSP 186 Sex and Identity
- Daniel J. Schultz, “Elephants, Dreams, and Sex: Reading Religion in Foucault’s Ethics,” The Journal of Religion 99, no. 2 (April 2019): 173-193.
- Daniel J. Schultz, “Mark Jordan, Convulsing Bodies: Religion and Resistance in Foucault,” The Journal of Religion 96, no. 3 (July 2016): 407-409.
Daniel Schultz Publishes ArticleMarch 28, 2019
Daniel Schultz, visiting assistant professor of religion, published an article, "Elephants, Dreams, and Sex: Reading Religion in Foucault’s Ethics," in The Journal of Religion.